Best Places to Visit in Spain
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The whirlwind city of Madrid is a pulsating metropolis, bursting at the seams with both modern attractions and historical landmarks. As one of the world's great cities, visitors here will delight in exploring its thriving arts community, rich legacy, and dynamic culinary scene.
Tucked along the coastline between Bilbao and San Sebastian, you'll find the magical Basque fishing village of Lekeitio. With only about 7,000 residents, this really is a one of Spain's last hidden gems.
Hidden among the verdant chestnut trees and rocky red cliff sides of El Bierzo, Leon, you'll find the stunning landscapes of Las Médulas. An ideal getaway for nature lovers, this destination provides endless hiking, kayaking, and caving opportunities.
This picturesque fishing village has been named one of the Basque Country's most beautiful towns. The historic city center is surrounded by an impressive fort, and the streets are lined with colorful wooden houses. Along Hondarribia's coast you'll find long stretches of sand, and dazzling blue waters.
Tucked in the foothills of Andalusia's Sierra Nevada, you'll find one of Spain's most spellbinding destinations, the enchanting city of Granada. Granada spent a large part of its history under Moorish rule, which has left an undeniable footprint on the city, that is evident even today.
This picturesque white-washed town, surrounded by the sapphire waters of the Cantabrian Sea is an idyllic beach getaway, and one of Northern Spain's most beloved gems.
Getxo is located just a quick drive from the bustling streets of Bilbao, and is a favorite seaside escape for locals and visitors alike.
Explore over 150km of gorgeous beaches, turquoise seas, and the mesmerizing landscapes found on the Canary Islands' second largest island. Fuerteventura, located just 100 km off the coast of Morocco, is famed for not only its year-round beach weather, but also its constant winds, making it an ideal wind and kite surfing destination.
The seven idyllic islands that make up the Canary Islands are recognized for their virgin beaches, thriving national parks, and year round sunshine and mild temperatures. As one of Europe's favorite seaside getaways, the Canary Islands have something in store for every kind of visitor.
Known as the gateway to Spain's Basque country, Bilbao is recognized worldwide for its striking architecture, distinct culture, and the verdant mountains which surrounding its bustling city center.
Located on the coast north of Bilbao, Bermeo is a beautiful fishing village whose harbor preserves all of the town's traditional local seafaring charm.
Intriguing architecture, world-class gastronomy, sun-drenched beaches, lively yet laid-back vibes, and captivating culture: these are just a few of the reasons why Barcelona is an absolute must-visit city.
Steeped in alluring history and time-honored traditions, the ancient city of Logroño is a fascinating place to discover. The town, founded during the Middle Ages, is one of the most important stops along the Camino de Santiago and holds close ties to the pilgrimage.
In addition to its charming cobblestone streets, breathtaking canyon views, and fascinating medieval ruins, this UNESCO World Heritage City is best known for its gravity-defying "casas colgadas", or hanging houses.
Spend your days stepping back in time as you wander through the picture-book medieval streets, and let yourself get swept away in a flurry of impressive architecture, intriguing culture and delicious food of Burgos.
These charming towns, in the province of Jaen, sit perched above a landscape of flourishing olive trees and sweeping views.
Both are home to an incredible legacy of Renaissance architecture, and have been named UNESCO World Heritage Sites.